Harker Aquila

Tiffany Wong, Executive News Editor

Tiffany Wong (11) is the Executive News Editor for Harker Aquila. She was a reporter her freshman year, a co-copy editor for Harker Aquila the first semester of her sophomore year and a news editor for Harker Aquila the second semester of her sophomore year. Her favorite parts of journalism are learning more about solar eclipses and climate change from interviewees who are far more well-versed on STEM subjects than she is, meeting with journalists from other schools at journalism conferences and sharing the stories of her community with others. Outside of journalism, Tiffany is a part of Harker's FPS program and participates regularly in local and national harp competitions. In her free time, Tiffany enjoys belting out Demi Lovato singles and honing her League of Legends mechanics.

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Navigating through conversation with someone you initially find difficult to talk to is a difficult process but yields invaluable results once on the other side of the hurdle. While moving from conflict to resolution, approach interactions with a positive mindset and seek to learn more about the other as a person, not as a professional.

March 15, 2018

Photo Frenzy 10/23/17

November 1, 2017
Members of the senior and junior classes raise their hands in the air in response to one of Johnstons questions about community expectations. Johnston also led the students and their attending advisors in a snapping game and asked them to raise their hands in the air and snap if they were familiar with the terms gender, gender roles, gender stereotypes, gender expression, gender identity, gender non-conforming and a variety of others she projected one by one on the screen behind her.

October 18, 2017
Johnston speaks about depression and addresses ways to seek help and treatment. “I thought it was a good thing that this information was being given to the whole student body. Its important because a lot of their classmates and friends would be going through certain things like this, and they would need to know how to be respectful and supportive of their friends and peers, Elliot Kampmeier (9) said.

October 18, 2017
Speaker Jeff Chang gestures as he talks about his journey towards becoming a writer on cultural issues. Chang was named a USA Ford Fellow in Literature in 2008 by philanthropic arts organization United States Artists and one of “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” by American magazine Utne Reader in 2009.

September 1, 2017
Vocal music teacher Susan Nace and speaker Jeff Chang listen as Jennifer Hayashi (11) brings up a question about cultural issues. Several audience members stayed behind after the conclusion event to speak with Chang.

September 1, 2017
Aliesa Bahri (12) asks speaker Jeff Chang a question about the role of local leaders in sparking change. Todays Q&A session ran from 12:50 to 1:30 p.m. today.

September 1, 2017
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June 1, 2017

June 1, 2017

June 1, 2017
Butch Keller and Alex Youn whip at the Seattle presentation last week. The journalism program sent a group of programs to Seattle last month.

June 1, 2017
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